Anyone who has lived in South Florida during the rainy season knows certain low lying areas in several cities tend to have flooding problems during heavy storms.
Many cars remain stranded on Via Flora Drive Friday night after Thursday’s relentless rains in Delray Beach caused inches of water to accumulate.
Schools are closed in Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie Counties Friday due to flooding. In addition, the Palm Beach County Emergency Management Office reports a portion of Interstate 95, between mm 56 and 60, is closed due to flooding.
A boil water advisory remains in effect for one Miami Gardens’ neighborhood after two aging water mains burst on New Year’s Day.
Relentless rains fell from the skies Thursday evening creating a soggy mess in many South Florida neighborhoods.
The next few months could bring localized flooding due to unusually high tide events in Miami-Dade County.
Miami-Dade County officials are warning local residents they may see some localized flooding due to high tide events during several days over the next few months.
Seasonal high tides are creating a watery mess on Miami Beach. The twice-daily flooding is impacting residents, business owners, and vacationers.
Parts of South Beach are drying out from flood waters, which weren’t caused by any rain, but caused by an astronomical high tide, in other words, blame it on the moon.
Thousands of homeowners across Florida are set to see major increases in their flood insurance costs if the federal government doesn’t act to delay or cancel the rise in rates.